Royal Caribbean International Cruises to the Bahamas
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These are the features that will highlight your Bahamas cruise with Royal Caribbean, smoothies, water , sand, and nice relaxation. Enjoy the tropical weather with your mates, where, among many other things, you can schedule wonderful wildlife encounters, zip-line trips that will thrill you, or just a fun day on the beach. Put a floral shirt on and order a fish taco, or with a laugh and a smile, learn the Bahamian customs. Go on a Royal Caribbean cruise to the Bahamas and make memories that last forever, and a tan that lasts a month or so.
Stuff to do on a Royal Caribbean Bahamas Cruise with : The Bahamas is a well-known cruise destination, offering some of the world's most entertaining and family-oriented cruise excursions. An Atlantis Aquaventure packed with water slides, special effects, and marine life can thrill those who like active-style excursions, or discover Nassau's Forts & Pirates. A taste of Key West, showcasing the finest cuisine of the region all in one day, can be enjoyed by those more involved in the culinary aspect of a Bahamas cruise. All this and more on your cruise to the Bahamas.
The elegance of the Caribbean shines in the Bahamian capital, where rhythmic percussions, appetising flavours, white-sand beaches and some of the clearest waters in the world are never more than a few steps away. This picture-perfect paradise was once a pirate haven, and along historic streets and at the three colonial fortresses that line the coastline, you can discover its colourful history of buccaneers, blockade-runners and bootleggers. Look no further if you're looking for a more hands-on maritime experience. On a glass-bottom voyage, cruise to Nassau and swim with stingrays, dive with dolphins, or find colourful coral. And there is stunning Paradise Island just across the bridge, home to world-famous luxury hotels and resorts. Grab a piña colada at the Marina Village and spot the hammerhead sharks in the Predator Lagoon, spend the day at the famous Atlantis and splash your way through its vast water park.
In the Bahamas, soak up island views and underwater experiences.
The Bahamas is home to light blue beaches, transparent underwater caves, a rich royal history and exclusive private islands. A respite for sun and sand seekers. All of these can be found in a wonderfully dispersed string of (most of which are uninhabited) 700 islands. Cruise to the Bahamas to take a dive and witness the Orange Bowl reef 's magnificent coral garden, hang out at ultra-luxury resorts such as Atlantis, and fashion shop resorts on Paradise Island or Nassau. For every taste and style, the Bahamas has an island and its subtropical beauty is easy to appreciate during an overnight stint or a week-long cruise.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Itineraries
FIND The PLAYGROUND SUN-DRENCHED : The Bahamas is the perfect place for adventures that include the sea, home to enchanting shades of blue and deliciously warm breezes. Dive and explore underwater worlds, experience sea creatures and shop by the ocean for island souvenirs.
INT THE BLUE : To meet colourful coral reefs like Rainbow Reef in Bimini, dive and float through warm waters. See the enigmatic shipwrecks in Grand Bahama, such as Theo's Wreck and Sea Star Wreck. And take part in some exciting wall diving in New Providence, where deep coral edges can be explored.
IN ATLANTIS 'AQUATIC ADRENALINE : Travel to lush and magnificent Atlantis, the fantasy resort by the sea that boasts the world's largest open-air marine sanctuary and what is perhaps the most thrilling water park around: Aquaventure, for water thrills and intimate encounters with marine creatures.
SHOP BY THE SEASHORE 'S SEASHELLS : Shop in the Bahamas with an ocean breeze blowing your way as you explore Bimini 's craft centre, Grand Bahama's straw market and the exclusive Crystal Court hub in the resort of Atlantis.
From Outside the Sand : More marvellous findings lie beyond the coasts. Stroll down the vibrant streets of Nassau, hang out at the CocoCay freshwater lake, or take a history lesson at the Heritage Museum during your holiday.
ROADS TRAVELED LESS : Shake off the sand and delve deep into cities like Nassau and Freeport, and CocoCay, a small island. At the Rand Nature Center, which provides bird-watching and sculptures by local artists, take a nature walk or a Jeep adventure through the pine forests or stretch your legs.
Your best day is THIS : Visit Perfect Day at CocoCay, where a perfect day is waiting, to take your vacation experience to an entirely new level. Swim in the biggest freshwater pool in the Bahamas, go down the highest waterslide in North America, and relax in the only private overwater cabanas in the Bahamas with a movie.
IN PASTIMES PLAY : Of all the cities in the Bahamas, Nassau encapsulates the history of this destination with many historical landmarks. Drop by Fort Charlotte, Queen's Staircase, Pompey Square, or The Bahamas Heritage Museum and get a glimpse of your history.
The Bahamas is officially known as the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and is an archipelagic state consisting of more than 700 islands across the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea, and more than 2000 cays. The Bahamian Islands draw millions of tourists to their picture perfect beaches, white-washed coasts, spectacular formations of coral reefs, excursions for fishing and scuba diving and luxury accommodations.
The capital of the country, Nassau, on New Providence Island, attracts the most visitors. A combination of mega resorts, entertainment centres, restaurants , and shops is the busy cruise harbour. Second-place Grand Bahama trails. Paradise Island, Blue Lagoon Island, Long Island are among the prominent islands, and every island provides its tourists with something discerning. From the pink sand beaches of Harbour Island to Bimini, the ocean-themed resort of Atlantis Paradise, to the uncrowded Exuma, Treasure, and Elbow Cays, it's hard to beat the Bahamas! A tour of Abaco National Park, Lucayan National Park, and Black Sound Cay National Reserve is a must for nature lovers. You will visit the Pirates of Nassau Museum, Fort Fincastle, Spanish Wells, and Fort Charlotte to catch a glimpse of the country's cultural heritage.
Bahamian cuisine is an eclectic mixture of styles from South America and the Caribbean. What sets Bahamian cuisine apart is the love of spices on the islands. Locally caught fish, fresh tropical fruits, as well as chicken , pork, rice, peas, potatoes and a variety of delicious Caribbean vegetables are traditional foods. On the island, rum-based drinks are popular.
Do not miss the throbbing drums and kaleidoscopic costumes of Junkanoo, the most popular festival in the country, if you are planning your visit around the New Year. Things to do in the Bahamas are not hard to think about. Instead, it's hard to get anything in!
The Bahamas is made up of 16 main islands and dozens more islets and cays, spread across 250,000 sq km of pristine turquoise waters like pearls. In addition to seemingly beautiful beaches, this island nation also offers the world's third largest barrier reef, an abundance of pristine wilderness, and unique biodiversity. If that doesn't persuade you, then the trick can be done by the rumoured '315 days of sunshine per year.' Round up all these tempting attributes and you have a truly escapism-worthy destination.
The nation's centre, of course, is the capital of Nassau, on the island of New Providence, where most people reside and where most people usually visit. The Out Islands are the most isolated and unspoiled, apart from New Providence and Grand Bahama, all the Bahamian islands. Among these pockets of elegance are some of the best things to do below.
Pickup from airport and then transfer to Port.
Check in Cruise @ 01:00 PM.
Cruise departing from Florida port @ 04:30 PM.
Sailing in the sea towards Bahamas.
Overnight stay at Royal Caribbean Cruise.
On arrival Bahamas port around 07:00 AM.
There are 16 types of Excursions @ Ship
Cruise departing from Bahamas port @ 07:00 PM.
Sailing in the sea towards Nassau.
Overnight stay at Royal Caribbean Cruise.
On arrival Nassau port around 08:00 AM.
Cruise departing from Nassau port @ 06:00 PM.
Sailing in the sea towards Florida.
Overnight stay at Royal Caribbean Cruise.
On arrival Fort Lauderdale ,Florida around 07:00 AM.
Check out the Cruise.
Then transfer to airport for your departure.
What 's Included
3* / 4* / 5* CRUISE Accommodation
(As per required)
Multi language speaking guide
(English, Hindi,Tamil,Telugu, Malayalam)